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Title: Analysis of membership at the close of each month of school
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ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE

CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL

1963-64


Research Report 34
Division of Research




















Thomas D. Bailey
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tallahassee, Florida

November, 1964


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Research Report 34 is a revision of Research
Report 29 prepared by the Division of Research
of Florida State Department of Education.

The preparation of these reports is one phase in
the implementation of Florida's plan for improv-
ing statistical services of the State Department
of Education under the provisions of Title X,
National Defense Education Act.
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ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE


OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL 1963-64


The data included in this report are compiled from Item 30, "Membership
at Close of Each Month of School," Principal's Annual Report on Attendance,
Form At-14p, submitted to the State Department of Education at the close of
the 1963-64 school year. Data pertaining to adult and vocational schools
with classes extending beyond the regular school year are excluded from the
tabulations in this report. The University School in Leon County is ex-
cluded for the same reason.

This is the seventh year for which the Research Division has made a
complete tabulation of monthly membership figures. Data for 1956-57 are
based on incomplete reports. Research Report 34 is a statistical study
prepared in an effort to establish long range growth patterns of value for
educational planning purposes.

Table 1 shows, for an eight year period, a comparison of the change
in membership at the close of each month of school from the membership at
the close of the first month. Table 2 gives the comparable percent of
change.

Table 3 gives the change in membership at the close of each month from
membership at the close of the first month for each county for the 1963-64
school year. This membership change is given by grade group 1-6, 7-9,
10-12, as well as for the county as a whole. The numbers shown in this
table for each month should be related back to the membership shown for the
first month.

PEAK MONTH

Traditionally, the membership pattern in Florida schools has been
thought of as a horse-shoe shaped curve, rising sharply during the winter
months and then dropping back toward the end of school. As shown below,
there has been a tendency for the peak membership period to level out, or
more nearly approach the beginning membership. Of course, some counties
still experience peak months that are substantially above the beginning
and ending months. A study of Table 3 will emphasize the different member-
ship patterns.









Percent Increase
Increase-Peak Month Peak Month Over
over First Month First Month

1956-57 26,496 3.70%
1957-58 24,007 3.04
1958-59 17,038 1.99
1959-60 15,175 1.65
1960-61 13,493 1.38
1961-62 14,991 1.46
1962-63 7,260 .67
1963-64 9,922 .87


The fourth month has been the peak membership month in each of the
last two years. Prior to 1962-63, the fifth month has been the peak month
for the state as a whole. There is considerable variation among the counties
as to the month in which maximum membership is reached. This variation is
shown below. The number in parenthesis indicates the peak month for the
previous year. For example, Alachua County reached its peak membership in
the second month of 1963-64 and in the third month of 1962-63.


Peak Month Counties

First Bay (1), Duval (1), Escambia (1), Franklin (3), Gulf (1),
Holmes (1), Levy (2), Liberty (3), Nassau (2), Suwannee (2),
Taylor (1), Wakulla (2)

Second Alachua (3), Baker (4), Calhoun (1), Gadsden (2), Jackson (2),
Jefferson (2), Lafayette (3), Leon (3), Madison (2), Santa
Rosa (2)

Third Bradford (6), De Soto (5), Flagler (3), Hamilton (2), Lake (4),
Seminole (4), Walton (3)

Fourth Citrus (6), Dade (1), Gilchrist (1), Hardee (4), Hernando (4),
Highlands (4), Indian River (3), Marion (4), Okeechobee (8),
Osceola (1), Pasco (4), Pinellas (4), Polk (5), St. Johns (4),
St. Lucie (5), Sarasota (5), Sumter (5), Washington (3)

Fifth Broward (5), Charlotte (5), Clay (1), Hendry (4),
Hillsborough (4), Lee (6), Manatee (4), Monroe (6),
Orange (4), Palm Beach (5), Volusia (5)

Sixth Collier (6), Columbia (3), Dixie (3), Martin (5), Putnam (3),

Seventh Glades (3)

Eighth Brevard (8), Okaloosa (3)

Ninth Union (1)








MEMBERSHIP CHANGE


Forty-five counties showed a loss in total net membership between the
end of the first month and the close of school in 1963-64. At the elementary
level, twenty-seven counties showed a net loss. Eight counties (Brevard,
Collier, Glades, Highlands, Lafayette, Palm Beach, Sumter, and Washington)
showed some net increase during the year at the junior high level. Only two
counties, Glades and Hendry, had a net increase at the senior high level,
and the combined increase amounted to but nine pupils.


Membership change from
end of first month to
close of school

8,037
5,048
-1,246
-4,204
-5,506
344
-11,954
-8,930


Percent of membership
change from end of first
month to close of school

1.12%
.64
-(.15)
-(.46)
-(.56)
.03
-(1.10)
-(.79)


As shown above, the net membership loss during the year for the state
as a whole was 8,930 pupils. This net is a little misleading inasmuch as
part of the junior-senior high school loss was offset by a gain in grades
1-6. Between the first month of school and the close of school:

Grades 1-6 gained 5,262 pupils (.82 percent)
Grades 7-9 lost 4,265 pupils (-1.53 percent)
Grades 10-12 lost 9,927 pupils (-4.64 percent)
Grades 1-12 lost 8,930 pupils (-.79 percent)

LAST MONTH OF SCHOOL

The greatest net change in membership comes during the last month of
school each year--between the end of the eighth month and the close of the
school year.

Net loss during last month of school


1961-62
1962-63
1963-64


6,116
4,923
4,624


7-9

1,725
1,756
1,690


10-12

925
1,052
1,042


1-12

8,766
7,731
7.356


1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1961-62
1962-63
1963-64











The exact cause of this ninth month drop has not been identified positively.
In tourist counties one explanation is that it is due to winter residents
withdrawing pupils in order to return to other states. Decreasing winter farm
activity late in the school year may be a partial explanation in counties with
large numbers of migratory farm workers. Early vacations may be a factor.
It appears that the pupils withdrawing during the last month of school are
distributed fairly proportionately among the grade levels.

It does appear that the ninth month loss is of a different nature than
the loss during other months where such loss is not distributed proportionately
among the grade groups. This could prove a fruitful area for investigation
in those counties where the loss is substantial. Could a readjustment in the
school calendar reduce this loss and increase Minimum Foundation Program
funds allocated?

DROPOUTS

This report is not a dropout study. It is concerned with net membership
each month--beginning membership plus re-entries less withdrawals. Thus.new
students transferring into a school system during the year can off-set with-
drawals. These data do have limited significance for those interested in the
dropout problem.

In those counties where the elementary school membership increases or
holds reasonably stable, but junior and senior high school membership decreases
during the year, the most probable explanation must be dropouts at the high
school level. It is probable that families with younger children are more
mobile than families with older children. However, it is not a reasonable
assumption that most of the people moving into Florida have children in the
elementary grades whereas most of the people moving out of the state have
children at the secondary level.

COUNTY STUDY NEEDED

Each county should examine carefully the figures for its own schools.
At the local level, it is possible to prepare detailed tabulations on a
school-by-school basis. In this way it should be possible to identify
those schools and even grades in which further investigations needed.
Inasmuch as state foundation program funds are directly related to pupils in
school, such an effort at the local level could result in considerable
financial return to a county as well as good to the pupils who otherwise
might be lost to the school situation.

There are many situations wherein elementary membership increases
during the course of the school year but junior and senior high membership
declines steadily. If the schools of a county where this pattern prevails
are adequately staffed at the beginning of the school year, then the
elementary grades will be understaffed and the secondary grades will be
overstaffed as the year goes on, unless changes are made in the assignment
of teachers.


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A number of counties experience peak membership at all levels early
in the school year. In such counties classroom space, desks, books, and
other facilities must be provided at the beginning of the school year and
become unused or unnecessary as the year moves along. Investigation may
reveal that the decline in membership is beyond the control of school
authorities, in which case nothing constructive can be done. On the other
hand, if the county can take steps to retain membership during the year,
more efficient use can be made of facilities, teachers, and supplies
already provided.


MISCELLANEOUS MEMBERSHIP DATA

Table 4 presents some miscellaneous membership data. Column I
answers the question of growth over the summer months from the close of
one year to the beginning of the next year. It shows the change in membership
from the close of the 1962-63 school year to the first month of the 1963-64
year. State-wide, there were 60,891 more pupils on the active roll at the
end of the first month of 1963-64 than were on the roll when school closed
in 1962-63.

Column II answers the question of growth from the first month of one
year to the first month of the succeeding year. From the first month
of the 1962-63 year to the first month of the 1963-64 year, there was an
increase of 48,937 pupils.

Column III gives the average daily membership for 1962-63 and Column
IV gives the average daily membership for 1963-64. Column V is the differ-
ence between Column III and Column IV, or the change in average daily
membership. Seven counties had a lower average daily membership in 1963-64
than in 1962-63.


PERCENT OF MEMBERSHIP C HNGE DURING 1963-64

Table 5 gives the percent of change in membership by grade group
between the end of the first month and the close of the 1963-64 school year
for each county. It is the percent of gain or loss in membership during the
year. Overall, there was a net decrease of .79 percent. Grades 1-6 showed
a gain of .82 percent as compared to a net loss of 1.53 percent in grades
7-9 and a net loss of 4.64 percent in grades 10-12.


ADULT AND VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

Membership data for special adult and vocational schools with an
irregular membership pattern or with classes extending beyond the regular
school year are not included in any of the regular tables or summaries
in this report. Data for these schools also were omitted from previous
reports in this series. The excluded schools and membership data for
these schools are given below.









ADULT AND VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS, 1963-64


County and School


Membership
End of
First Month


Membership
End of
Last Month


Average
Daily
Membership


Duval


Escas


Leon


Okalo


Orans


Technical High-General
Continuation
Stanton Vocational-General
Continuation

mbia

Adult Vocational
Washington Vocational



Lively Tech
Lincoln Vocational
University School*

osa

Okaloosa Vocational


Orange County Vocational
Orange County Vocational


Pinellas

Tomlinson Adult Education Center
Gibbs Vocational
Pinellas Vocational

Volusia

Volusia County Technical
Mary Karl Vocational



TOTAL


142
37
857


519
34
6


121
26
833


397
26
5


32
355


2,285


1,779


2,100


* The University School at Florida State University is not a vocational school
but is organized on a trimester plan with a graduating class prior to the
close of the ninth month; therefore, membership data for this school are not
included with data for regular schools in Leon County.


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TABLE 1


CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL
FROM MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST MONTH
BOTH RACES


1961-62


(1,025,055)
4,340
10,345
12,993
14,991
14,169
13,472
9,110
344


1962-63


(1,087,733)
2,843
6,637
7,260
6,740
5,460
1,331
-4,223
-11,954


1963-64


(1,136,670)
3,469
7,160
9,922
9,179
7,236
3,167
-1,574
-8,930


MEMBERSHIP AT THE CLOSE OF EACH MONTH OF SCHOOL AS A
PERCENTAGE OF MEMBERSHIP AT THE END OF THE FIRST MONTH
BOTH RACES


Month

1
2
3,
4
5
6
7
8
9


1956-57*

100.00%
101.04
102.31
103.29
103.70
103.64
103.06
102.31
101.12


100.00%
100.93
101.91
102.70
103.04
102.92
102.31
101.69
100.64


* Based on incomplete reports.


Month


1
2

4
5
6
7
8
S 9


1956-57*

(715,951)
7,451
16,525
23,526
26,496
26,073
21,889
16,516
8,037


1957-58

(790,443)
7,343
15,067
21,345
24,007
23,090
18,279
13,379
5,048


1958-59


(854,735)
4,974
10,825
15,465
17,038
16,602
12,812
7,147
-1,246


1959-60

(917,744)
3,989
9,611
14,042
15,175
13,998
9,922
4,064
-4,204


1960-61

(974,644)
3,569
8,926-
12,271
13,493
12,274
8,339
2,827
-5,506


TABLE 2


1957-58 1958-59


100.00%
100.58
101.27
101.81
101.99
101.94
101.50
100.84
99.85


1959-60

100.00%
100.43
101.05
101.53
101.65
101.53
101.08
100.44
99.54


1960-61

100.00%
100.37
100.92
101.26
101.38
101.26
100.86
100.29
99.44


1961-62

100.00%
100.42
101.01
101.27
101.46
101.38
101.31
100.89
100.03


1962-63

100.007.
100.26
100.61
100.67
100.62
100.50
100.12
99.61
98.90


1963-64

100.007.
100.31
100.63
100.87
100.81
100.64
100.28
99.86
99.21







TABLE 3


END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1963-64


Membership Net Change in Membership from First Month, 1963-64
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1963-64 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Alachua 1-6 10,424 29 54 35 55 62 52 63 24
7-9 4,268 -7 -11 -33 -58 -53 -68 -80 -96
10-12 3,315 -15 -14 -32 -65 -98 -123 -149 -163
1-12 18.007 7 29 -30 -68 -89 -139 -166 -235
Baker 1-6 1,194 24 37 28 25 35 36 38 30
7-9 488 4 -2 -2 -10 -13 -11 -15 -15
10-12 365 -5 -8 -6 -11 -11 -10 -14
S1-12 2.047 28 30 18 9 11 14 13 1
Bay 1-6 8,812 -16 -26 -61 -82 -65 -60 -50 -72
7-9 4,072 -16 -61 -82 -96 -103 -117 -118 -147
10-12 2,979 -31 -51 -78 -96 -123 -154 -172 -175
1-12 15.863 -63 -138 -221 -274 -291 -331 -340 -394
Bradford 1-6 2,027 1 5 -5 3 -2 3 -1 -11
7-9 890 14 19 14 8 7 -4 -3
10-12 707 4 3 1 -3 -24 -28 -28 -30
1-12 3,624 5 22 15 14 -18 -18 -33 -44
Brevard 1-6 22,821 196 388 741 953 1,058 1,151 1,234 1,041
7-9 8,877 90 162 301 345 379 407 394 337
10-12 7,316 -9 -10 -10 -30 -48 -58 -101 -114
1-12 39.014 277 540 1.032 1.268 1.389 1.500 1.527 1.264
Broward(1) 1-6 42,731 267 702 1,159 1,431 1,495 1,337 1,171 782
7-9 19,096 88 146 224 282 247 159 35 -92
10-12 14,616 -41 -80 -106 -201 -302 -423 -517 -563
1-12 76,443 314 768 1.277 1.502 1.440 1.073 689 127
Calhoun 1-6 1,095 6 4 5 -14 -1 -2 -13 -16
7-9 476 -2 -4 -7 -10 -15 -11 -14 -15
10-12 383 -2 -4 -6 -12 -14 -19 -20 -20
1-12 1,954 2 -4 -8 -36 -30 -32 -47 -51











Charlotte 1-6 1,348 10 24 31 46 39 17 17 -2
7-9 672 10 6 16 19 19 5 1 -11
10-12 503 6 9 6 1 -7 -8 -10 -11
1-12 2,523 26 39 53 66 51 14 8 -24
Citrus 1-6 1,381 -17 9 15 -6 -2 4 1 -14
7-9 588 6 5 4 1 4 5 1 -2
10-12 433 -3 -1 -6 -4 -8 -13 -17
1-12 2.402 -14 13 19 -11 -2 1 -11 -33
Clay 1-6 2,999 10 18 63 103 90 99 76 60
7-9 1,212 -16 -12 -19 -19 -13 -14 -20 -29
10-12 879 1 3 -4 -5 -9 -11 -21
1-12 5.090 -5 9 40 84 72 76 45 10
Collier 1-6 2,350 147 306 386 412 450 421 397 111
7-9 1,010 18 45 58 55 59 47 33 1
10-12 715 3 -5 -2 -4 2 -10 -10 -20
1-12 4.075 168 346 442 463 511 458 420 92
Columbia 1-6 3,221 46 75 96 110 110 104 108 79
7-9 1,484 6 7 15 9 22 5 -2 -4
10-12 1,090 -4 -4 -16 -27 -33 -38 -44 -52
1-12 5,795 48 78 95 92 99 71 62 23
Dade 1-6 107,490 296 566 1,230 1,485 1,512 1,191 209 -556
7-9 47,750 87 101 101 6 -134 -409 -669 -877
10-12 37,954 -324 -563 -764 -1,129 -1,408 -1,718 -1,984 -2,179
1-12 193.194 59 104 567 362 -30 -936 -2,444 -3.612
De Soto 1-6 1,432 12 21 27. 40 36 28 22 3
7-9 607 6 11 5 -7 -10 -17 -24 -28
10-12 449 4 3 3 -1 -5 -13 -15 -16
1-12 2.488 22 35 35 32 21 -2 -17 -41
Dixie 1-6 769 -2 19 18 33 25 27 19
7-9 318 7 4 8 1 -4 -8 -12
10-12 242 -3 -7 -7 -6 -5 -8 -11 -13
1-12 1.329 4 -5 20 13 28 13 8 -6
Duval(2) 1-6 66,268 -4 -44 -28 -117 -233 -277 -300 -533
7-9 27,494 -44 -124 -254 -370 -440 -608 -691 -862
10-12 21,048 -113 -272 -502 -709 -857 -1,032 -1,165 -1,280
1-12 114.810 -161 -440 -784 -1,176 -1.530 -1.917 -2.156 -2,675
Escambia(3) 1-6 25,160 -39 -76 -12 -30 -27 -42 -80 -162
7-9 11,116 -47 -105 -114 -169 -204 -245 -280 -350
10-12 7,891 -51 -105 -159 -235 -290 -340 -376 -426
1-12 44.167 -137 -286 -285 -434 -521 -627 -736 -938
(1) Includes first 9 months for Nova School disregards 10th and llth months.


Excludes
Excludes


Technical High (General Continuation) and Stanton Vocational (General Continuation).
Adult Vocational School and Washington Vocational.







TABLE 3 (Contd.)

END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1963-64


Membership Net Change in Membership from First Month, 1963-64
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1963-64 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Flagler 1-6 757 -3 1 -2 -7 -25 -26 -26 -22
7-9 254 1 4 4 2 -3 -4 -3
10-12 161 2 2 4 4 6 3 2 -
1-12 1.172 7 6 -1 -19 -26 -28 -25
Franklin 1-6 959 -12 -24 -19 -30 -19 -29 -35
7-9 385 -6 -3 -11 -6 -14 -19 -24 -31
10-12 226 -8 -9 -13 -14 -21 -22 -23 -25
1-12 1.570 -26 -12 -48 -39 -65 -60 -76 -91
Gadsden 1-6 6,395. 5 5 -1 4 48 35 7 1
7-9 2,457 -5 -21 -26 -35 -46 -55 -64 -76
10-12 1,624 3 -2 -10 -31 -42 -49 -65 -69
1-12 10,476 3 -18 -37 -62 -40 -69 -122 -144
Gilchrist 1-6 463 -3 1 9 2 2 -1 -2 -6
7-9 193 -1 -3 -2 -3 -3 -1 -1 -2
10-12 179 -1 3 3 1 1 -4 -4
1-12 835 -5 1 10 -2 -7 -12
Glades 1-6 414 14 24 35 47 63 70 70 64
7-9 157 5 10 12 14 16 11 7 3
10-12 130 12 11 8 10 10 9 7 6
1-12 701 31 45 55 71 89 90 84 73
Gulf 1-6 1,636 ,-5 -4 -10 -8 -7 -35 -31 -33
7-9 629 -4 -8 -8 -2 -5 -11 -21 -23
10-12 503 -7 -9 -16 -21 -25 -25 -27 -28
1-12 2,768 -16 -21 -34 -31 -37 -71 -79 -84
Hamilton 1-6 1,262 -1 5 -5 -19 -10 -1 -4 -4
7-9 516 5 3 -7 -4 -4 -10 -13
10-12 410 -5 -3 -6 -2 -4 -5 -9 -13
1-12 2,188 -1 5 -11 -28 -18 -10 -23 -30











Hardee 1-6 1,597 82 125 153 155 134 112 120 92
7-9 742 8 9 7 6 -2 -9 -14 -23
10-12 .527 3 -2 -5 -6 -9 -14 -19 -21
1-12 2,866 93 132 155 155 123 89 87 48
Hendry 1-6 1,394 54 87 78 98 100 78 78 44
7-9 586 10 19 13 11 5 1 3 -
10-12 389 4 8 5 6 6 7 6 3
1-12 2,369 68 114 96 115 111 86 87 47
Hernando 1-6 1,588 2 23 43 41 35 23 32 22
7-9 714 -14 1 3 -11 -16 -20 -33
10-12 459 -1 -9 -16 -23 -23 -29 -33
1-12 2.761 2 8 35 28 1 -16 -17 -44
Highlands 1-6 3,016 55 120 193 215 212 188 175 140
7-9 1,174 15 28 46 47 48 41 31 21
10-12 969 -1 -2 -8 -33 -32 -37 -45 -53
1-12 5.159 69 146 231 229 228 192 161 108
Hillsborough 1-6 50,077 177 359 475 691 721 630 501 179
7-9 22,086 133 131 141 112 48 -43 -160 -295
10-12 16,957 -150 -227 -353 -467 -603 -728 -836 -930
1-12 89.120 160 263 263 336 166 -141 -495 -1.046
Holmes 1-6 1,472 9 7 -8 13 -3 -22 -20 -25
7-9 782 -4 -9 -19, -21 -27 -31 -33 -36
10-12 637 -5 -9 -23 -30 -37 -45 -48 -49
1-12 2,891 -11 -50 -64 -67 -98 -101 -110
Indian River 1-6. 3,870 4 48 98 114 115 122 119 108
7-9 1,533 -7 -6 -4 -15 -28 -50 -57 -57
10-12 1,052 2 -6 -3 -18 -23 -40 -41 -43
_1-12 6,455 -1 36 91 81 64 32 21 8
Jackson 1-6 4,971 22 13 -2 -16 -32 -35 -49 -61
7-9 2,322 -3 -5 -14 -23 -33 -44 -56 -67
10-12 1,760 -9 -19 -31 -48 -59 -65 -76 -79
1-12 9.053 10 -11 -47 -87 -124 -144 -181 -207
Jefferson 1-6 1,654 8 8 -12 -12 -19 -26 -20 -23
7-9 666 5 6 -1 -4 -2 -8 -9
10-12 487 -7 -15 -17 -18 -21 -21 -21
1-12 2,807 13 7 -27 -30 -41 -49 -49 -53
Lafayette 1-6 388 5 4 4 -2 3 3 1
7-9 174 4 6 3 2 5 9 7 6
10-12 134 3 -1 -1 -3 -7 -7 -7 -7
1-12 696 12 9 2 3 -4 5 3 -







TABLE 3 (Contd.),

END OF MONTH MEMBERSHIP 1963-64


Membership Net Change in Membership from First Month, 1963-64
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1963-64 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Lake 1-6 7,506 42 129 166 189 174 157 170 130
7-9 3,126 21 70 32 -1 -10 -41 -68 -76
10-12 2,209 -7 -9 -17 -23. -43 -53 -75 -82
1-12 12.841 56 190 181 165 121 63 27 -28
Lee 1-6 7,707 66 138 223 268 265 228 153 50
7-9 3,257 19 24 52 47 42 11 -27 -67
10-12 2,574 -2 4 10 -8 -25 -47 -59 -72
1-12 13.538 83 166 285 307 282 192 67 -89
Leon4) 1-6 10,027 33 47 39 64 63 75 37 -4
7-9 4,089 2 -23 -43 -54 -78 -94 -113 -129
10-12 3,000 7 -4 -14 -6 -8 -51 -67 -78
1-12 17.116 42 20 -18 44 -23 -70 -143 -211
Levy 1-6 1,582 2 -1 -9 -22 -30 -20 -33 -38
7-9 673 -1 -2. -12 -11 -8 -7 -6 -6
10-12 517 -1 -9 -1' -15 -18 -20 -21 -22
1-12 2,772 -12 -32 -48 -56 -47 -60 -66
Liberty 1-6 517 -12 -12 -16 -18 -17 -14 -15 -17
7-9 196 -5 -8 -13 -17 -17 -18 -18 -18
10-12 149 -5 -7 -6 -6 -8 -7 -8 -9
1-12 862 -22 -27 -35 -41 -42 -39 -41 -44
Madison 1-6 2,318 3 -7 -18 -41 -41 -40 -54 -60
7-9 1,050 1 -4 -13 -17 -25 -30 -30 -38
10-12 740 -2 -8 -12 -27 -28 -31 -34 -44
1-12 4,108 2 -19 -43 -85 -94 -101 -118 -142
Manatee 1-6 7,511 59 192 277 304 317 264 250 216
7-9 3,461 -11 21 49 58 47 26 -2 -31
10-12 2,770 -3 -1 5 -16 -50 -75 -87 -101
1-12 13.742 45 212 331 346 314 215 161 84
Marion 1-6 7,755 39 57 104 110 114 115 116 84
7-9 3,575 15 19 23 -2 -43 -30 -50 -66
10-12 2,725 -14 -17 -29 -51 -68 -82 -98 -110
1-12 14,055 40 59 98_ 57 3 3 -32 -92









Martin 1-6 2,485 14 51 66 87 107 86 57 46
7-9 948 -2 9 20 17 11 -2 -12 -20
10-12 618 -5 1 -1 -6 -4 -15 -18 -22
1-12 4,051 7 61 85 98 114 69 27 4
Monroe 1-6 5,003 3 21 86 92 73 -1 -54 -124
7-9 1,963 9 7 19 19 10 -32 -36 -55
10-12 1,369 -13 -14 -2 2 -1 -22 -32 -41
1-12 8,.335 -1 14 103 113 82 -55 -122 -220
Nassau 1-6 2,897 -5 -17 -12 -21 -24 -14 -9 -19
7-9 1,270 -8 -21 -19 -30 -30 -37 -44 -47
10-12 886 -6 -10 -19 -26 -33 -40 -43 -47
1-12 5.053 -19 -48 -50 -77 -87 -91 -96 -113
OkaloosakI 1-6 9,976 8 18 12 -2 -9 230 299 242
7-9 3,675 -16 -26 -49 -68 -65 -47 -47 -87
10-12 2,646 -7 -27 -45 -55 -58 -76 -70 -79
1-12 16,297 -15 -35 -82 -125 -132 107 182 76
Okeechobee 1-6 1,341 19 40 51 11 -16 3 7 -14
7-9 538 -2 -1 8 2 3 -1 -1 -11
10-12 348 -14 -16 -14 -19 -21 -22
1-12 2.227 17 39 45 -3 -27 -17 -15 -47
Orange(6) 1-6 36,682 254 472 699 834 841 848 755 461
7-9 15,673 54 73 112 93 66 14 -50 -150
10-12 12,128 -19 -65 -118 -232 -320 -381 -476 -528
1-12 64.483 289 480 693 695 587 481 229 -217
Osceola 1-6 2,353 11 39 47 52 41 65 49 35
7-9 1,023 4 28 26 15 12 1 -15 -20
10-12 808 1 5 -3 -6 -6 -12 -19
1-12" 4-.184 16 72 '73 64 47 60 22 -4
Palm Beach ,1-6 28,510 728 1,462 1,914 2,179 2,167 1,904 1,533 991
7-9 12,324 195 409 509 491 463 384 262 155
10-12 9,049 42 65 81 19 -41 -124 -181 -246
1-12 49.883 965 1.936 2.504 2,689 2.589 2.164 1.614 900
Pasco 1-6 4,105 43 73 116 143 165 134 134 85
7-9 1,875 12 35 34 21 19 2 -19 -44
10-12 1,352 4 8 5 -20 -34 -48 -56 -82
1-12 7,332 59 116 155 144 150 88 59 -41
Pinellas() 1-6 33,833 241 335 590 661 650 578 515 346
7-9 16,332 55 76 116 90 75 21 -47 -110
10-12 13,956 -35 -105 -179 -286 -404 -526 -633 -682
1-12 64.121 261 306 527 465 321 73 -165 -446
(4) Excludes the University School at F.S.U. which is on a Trimester schedule, Lively Technical, and Lincoln Vocational.
(5) Excludes Okaloosa Vocational.
(6) Excludes Orange County Vocational.
(7) Excludes Tomlinson Adult Education Center, Gibbs Vocational, and Pinellas Vocational.






T1BEE 3 (Cantd.)


Membership Net Change inm E Zbrshfp frca Fst Efath 1963-64
Grade End of
County Group First Month
1963-64 2nd 3r: 4t&a 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th


Polk 1-6 26,377 282 T19 933 970 940 926 875 699
7-9 11,488 59 129 143 93 22 -68 -109 -182
10-12 8,591 -53 -69 -130 -176 -248 -322 -365 -398
1-12 46.456 288 839 94 887 714 536 401 119
Putnam 1-6 4,720 22 46 38 85 128 120 153 144
7-9 2,049 .7 10 -3 -1 9 -5 -11 -17
10-12 1,455 1 6 -11 -25 -33 -36 -48 -52
1-12 8,224 30 62 24 59 104 79 94 75
St. Johns 1-6 3,531 35 96 120 110 91 93 94 63
7-9 1.610 2 4 5 -1 -23 -35 -41 -54
10-12 1,079 4 5 -3 -16 -25 -28 -38 -39
1-12 6,220 41 105 122 93 43 30 15 -30
St. Lucie 1-6 5,586 85 226 282 304 333 340 358 307
7-9 2,269 25 54 42 27 2 -2 -14 -17
10-12 1,556 -2 -9 -37 -46 -54 -64 -75
1-12 9,411 110 278 315 294 289 284 280 215
Santa Rosa 1-6 4,531 18 -20 -31 -41 -20 -11 -15 -31
7-9 1,654 -1 -8 1 -15 -13 -21 -26 -40
10-12 1,225 -1 -4 -12 -25 -33 -42 -53 -57
1-12 7,410 16 -32 -42 -81 -66 -74 -94 -128
Sarasota 1-6 8,001 50 98 212 236 243 166 172 76
7-9 3,755 2 30 62 31 27 7 -4 -33
10-12 3,356 1 -12 -8 -40 -55 -84 -98 -108
1-12 15,112 53 116 266 227 215 89 70 -65
Seminole 1-6 8,632 92 209 218 194 201 230 218 173
7-9 3,462 40 100U 91 78 67 39 13 -25
10-12 2,318 -15 -17 -22 -25 -38 -54 -73
1-12 14.412 117 309 2.92 250 243 231 177 75
Sumter 1-6 1,904 -5 11 20 22 22 11 11 15
7-9 805 6 9 12 15 12 6 9 11
10-12 593 -8 -I1 -15 -20 -24 -31 -33 -38
1-12 3.302 -7 9 17 17 10 -14 -13 -12












Suwannee 1-6 2,259 1 8 8 -22 -25 -27 -22 -30
7-9 1,113 -8 -17 -27 -30 -29 -28 -26 -28
10-12 829 1 -12 -22 -26 -35 -37 -43
1-12 4.201 -6 -11 -31 -74 -80 -90 -85 -101
Taylor 1-6 2,239 3 -15 -30 -27 -38 -50 -57 -66
7-9 941 -4 -ii -24 -26 -37 -44 -54 -64
10-12 604 -8 -12 -21 -28 -29 -36 -36 -40
1-12 3,784 -9 -38 -75 -81 -104 -130 -147 -170-
Union 1-6 680 7 -3 7 14 20 22 29 32
7-9 289 -6 -11 -13 -12 -15 -17 -15 -16
10-'2 197 -1 -1 1 -2 -2 -2 -3
1-12 1,166 -14 -7 3 3 3 12 13
Volusia(B) 1-6 14,764 24 113 247 311 337 304 266 187
7-9 6,772 -10 17 38 12 -15 -43 -79 -117
10-12 5,065 4 -26 -32 -49 -81 -113 -127 -160
,1-12 26,601 :18 104 253 274 241 148 60 -90
Wakulla 1-6 842 3 6 2 -14 -12 -23 -19 -22
7-9 339 1 -2 -8 -4 -12 -17 -21
10-12 237 -4 -7 -9 -12 -14 -16 -18 -19
1-12 1,418 -1 -9 -34 -30 -51 -54 -62
Walton 1-6 2,255 11 22 10 16 22 29 42 42
7-9 1,072 -2 3 5 -5 -14 -14 -7 -12
10-12 799 -9 -15 -21 -25 -30 -33 -32 -37
1-12 4.126 10 -6 -14 -22 -18 3 -7
Washington 1-6 1,647 24 33 47 48 37 27 30 38
7-9 823 5 13 15 9 10 11 14 13
10-12 645 2 6 3 -4 -8 -15 -18 -19
1-12 3.115 31 52 65 53 39 23 26 32
1-6 643,511 3,581 7,533 11,163 12,771 13,021 11,938 9,886 5,262
STATE TOTAL 7-9 279,277 774 1,337 1,579 897 169 -1,201 -2,575 -4,265
10-12 213,882 -886 -1,710 -2,820 -4,489 -5,954 -7,570 -8,885 -9,927
1-12 1,136.670 3.469 7.160 9.922 9.179 7.236 3.167 -1.574 -8.930

(8) Excludes Mary Karl Vocational and Volusia County Technical.







TABLE 4


MISCELLANEOUS MEMBERSHIP DATA


Change in Membership Average Daily Membership

County End of Year 1962-63 End of First Month Change in
to End of First 1962-63 to End of 1962-63 1963-64 ADM 1962-63
Month 1963-64 First Month 1963-64 to 1963-64
I II III IV V

Alachua 1,213 1,103 16,895 17,919 1,024
Baker 35 40 2,008 2,056 48
Bay 797 294 15,330 15,643 313
Bradford -(3) -(45) 3,654 3,619 -(35)
Brevard 5.476 6,622 32.949 .39,873 6,924
Broward 5,063 4,811 72,167 77,417 5,250
Calhoun 50 -(11) 1,930 1,929 -(1)
Charlotte 110 66 2,460 2,548 88
SCitrus 199 232 2,194 2,391 197
SClay 353 255 4.779 5,118 339
Collier 380 285 3,993 4,375 382
Columbia 362 316 5,463 5,846 383
Dade 8,421 3,766 188,070 192,451 4,381
De Soto 118 109 2,404 2,497 93
Dixie 43 17 1.302 1,332 30
Duval 6,599 3,704 109,778 113,679 3,901
Escambia 2,366 1,451 42,327 43,747 1,420
Flagler 64 68 1,102 1,162 60
Franklin 98 47 1,512 1,527 15
Gadsden 363 265 10.151 10,392 241
Gilchrist 63 16 802 831 29
Glades 97 118 598 755 157
Gulf 170 21 2,669 2,730 61
Hamilton 58 21 2,144 2,178 34
Hardee 63 22 2.935 2,956 21
Hendry 150 174 2,271 2,440 169
Hernando 164 139 2,636 2,760 124
Highlands 102 124 5,151 5,283 132
Hillsborough 4,525 3,262 85,751 88,963 3,212
Holmes 37 -(78) 2,892 2,836 -(56)












Indian River 432 352 6,088 6,478 390
Jackson 110 104 8,962 8,962
Jefferson 108 58 2,732 2,781 49
Lafayette -(23) -(24) 719 697 -(22)
Lake 408 300 12.635 12.908 273
Lee 822 883 12,840 13,660 820
Leon 235* -(163)* 17,319 18,033 714
Levy 89 48 2,691 2,732 41
Liberty 53 44 809 830 21
Madison 82 -(15) 4,079 4,028 -(51)
Manatee 466 535 13,373 13,917 544
Marion 861 866 13,257 14,054 797
Martin 292 341 3,811 4,093 282
Monroe 491 575 7,800 8,323 523
Nassau 187 71 4,921 4.992 71
Okaloosa 2,517 2,212 13,979 16,287 2,308
Okeechobee 139 223 2,060 2,224 164
Orange 4,111 3,386 61,176 64,836 3,660
Osceola 161 73 4,076 4,214 138
Palm Beach 2.039 2.834 48,508 51.393 2.885
Pasco 284 212 7,187 7,395 208
Pinellas. 3,151 2,681 61,837 64,598 2,761
Polk 874 929 46,105 46,911 806
Putnam 136 129 8,140 8,269 129
St. Johns 138 95 6,128 6,266 138
St. Lucie 372 545 9,084 9,634 550
Santa Rosa 446 244 7,035 7,360 325
Sarasota 724 603 14,602 15,200 598
Seminole 789 831 13,789 14,585 796
Sumter 156 _133 3,157 3,307 150
Suwannee 111 78 4,095 4,144 49
Taylor 232 55 3,637 3,700 63
Union 19 7 1,145 1,167 22
Volusia 2,225 2,521 24,729 27,084 2,355
Wakulla 32 4 1,396 1.388 -(8)
Walton 82 -(10) 4,106 4,112 6
Washington' 4 -(37)_ 3.158 3.132 -(26)

TOTAL 60,891 48,937 1,089,482 1,140,947 51,465

* The University School is included in data for 1962-63, but is not included in 1963-64 data.






TABLE 5


PERCENT OF CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP BETWEEN
FIRST MONTH AND CLOSE OF SCHOOL 1963-64


Grade Group


County 1-6 7-9 10-12 1-12


Alachua .23% -2.25% -4.92% -1.31%
Baker 2.51 -3.07 -3.84 .05
Bay -.82 -3.61 -5.87 -2.48
Bradford -.54 -.34 -4.24 -1.21
Brevard 4.56 3.80 -1.56 3.24
Broward 1.83 -.48 -3.85 .17
Calhoun -1.46 -3.15 -5.22 -2.61
Charlotte -.15 -1.64 -2.19 -.95
' Citrus -1.01 -.34 -3.93 -1.37
SClay 2.00 -2.39 -2.39 .20
Collier 4.72 .10 -2.80 2.26
Columbia 2.45 -.27 -4.77 .40
Dade -.52 -1.84 -5.74 -1.87
De Soto .21 -4.61 -3.54 -1.65
Dixie 2.47. -3.77 -5.54 -.45
Duval -.80 -3.14 -6.08 -2.33
Escambia -.64 -3.15 -5.40 -2.12
Flagler -2.91 -1.18 -2.13
Franklin -3.65 -8.05 -11.06 -5.80
Gadsden .02 -3.09 -4.25 -1.37
Gilchrist -1.30 -1.04 -2.23 -1.44
Glades 15.46 1.91 '4.62 10.41
Gulf -2.02 -3.66 -5.67 -3.03
Hamilton -.32 -2.52 -3.17 -1.33
Hardee 5.76 -3.10 -3.98 1.67
Hendry 3.16 .77 1.98
Hernando 1.39 -4.62 -7.19 -1.59
Highlands 4.64 1.79 -5.47 2.09
Hillsborough .36 -1.34 -5.48 -1.17
Holmes -1.70 -4.60 -7.69 -3.80













Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake
Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison
Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau
Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns
St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter
Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla
Walton
TWaMino 4n^


TOTAL .82% -1.53% -4.64% -.79%


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2.79
-1.23
-1.39
.26
1.73
.65
-.04
-2.40
-3.29
-2.59
2.88
1.08
1.85
-2.48
-.66
2.43
-1.04
1.26
1.49
3.48
2.07
1.02
2.65
3.05
1,78
5.50
-.68
.95
2.00
.79
-1.33
-2.95
4.71
1.27
-2.61
1.86
2 11


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-3.72
-2.89
-1.35
3.45
-2.43
-2.06
-3.15
-.89
-9.18
-3.62
-.90
-1.85
-2.11
-2.80
-3.70
-2.37
-2.04
-.96
-1.96
1.26
-2.35
-.67
-1.58
-.83
-3.35
-.75
-2.42
-.88
-.72
1.37
-2.52
-6.80
-5.54
-1.73
-6.1:9
-1.12
1 5R


-4.09
-4.49
-4.31
-5.22
-3.71
-2.80
-2.60
-4.26
-6.04
-5.95
-3.65
-4.04
-3.56
-2.99
-5.30
-2.99
-6.32
-4.35
-2.35
-2.72
-6.07
-4.89
-4.63
-3.57
-3.61
-4.82
-4.65
-3.22
-3.15
-6.41
-5.19
-6.62
-1.52
-3.16
-8.02
-4.63
-2 9S


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.12
-2.29
-1.89

-.22
-.66
-1.23
-2.38
-5.10
-3.46
.61
-.65
.10
-2.64
-2.24
.47
-2.11
-.34
-.10
1.80
-.56
-.60
.26
.91
-.64
2.28
-1.73
-.43
.52
-.36
-2.40
-4.49
1.11
-.34
-4.37
-.17
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